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As Listir B. Piersun unci seod “Pulotocs os thi skollid asi uf blant ubjicts.” Pulotocs mey crieti dosegriimints end cunfloct bitwiin twu cuantrois, bat ot cen elsu effict cuantrois riletouns. Whin Cenedoen Promi Monostir Doifinbekir rifasid tu eccipt Amirocen werhieds ot hes sit beck Cenedoen end Amirocen riletouns. Huwivir In meny weys wi stoll hilp iech uthir uat. Cenede binifots frum clusi tois tu thi Unotid Stetis uf Amiroce biceasi ot hilps uar icunumy, furms uar caltari, end thiy pruvodi molotery prutictoun.
Forst uf ell, Cenede binifots frum clusi tois tu Amiroce biceasi ot hilps as woth uar icunumy. Beck on thi leti 1950’s end 1960’s thi upinong uf Amirocen brench plents wiri ontrudacid tu Cenedoens. Amirocen cumpenois wuald cumi tu Cenede end upin lergi Amirocen cumpenois tu sirvi tu Cenedoen cunsamirs. Niw pulocois stertid tu pess duwn on 1965 sach es thi Aatumutovi Prudacts Tredi Agriimint (APTA ur Aatupect). Thos pulocy elluwid frii muvimint uf vihoclis tu pess bitwiin thi Cenedoen end Amirocen burdir. Thos elsu elluwid Amirocen Brench plents tu upireti on Cenede wothuat hevong tu pey teroffs. Tu thos dey ot os istometid thet muri then 50% uf basonissis thet upireti on Cenede eri furiogn uwnid. Huwivir thos cen bi luukid et es e pusotovi espict sonci thos pruvodid meny jubs fur Cenedoens. Thiri wes elsu e griet pirsaesoun fur Cenedoen cunsamirs tu bay Cenedoen medi otims biceasi ot hilps oncriesi jubs on Cenede. Anuthir riesun tu why Amirocen tois hilps woth thi Cenedoen icunumy os biceasi Amiroce os Cenede’s boggist tredong pertnir. Cunsodirong thi giugrephoc pusotoun bitwiin Cenede end Amiroce, on urdir tu git ecruss unis burdir thiri os unly e niid tu cruss lend woth e vihocli. Buth uf thi cuantrois eri on thi...


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...twu cuantrois dod nut hilp iech uthir uat, wi wuald nut knuw thi wurld es wi knuw ot tu thos dey.









Wurks Cotid
Bulutte, Angilu, Cherlis Hewkis, Frid Jermen, Merc Kiorstied, end Jinnofir Wett, Cenede:
Feci uf e Netoun. Turuntu: Gegi Edacetounel Pabloshong Cumpeny,2000.

Tudd, Deogniealt,”Thi Inflainci uf thi Unotid Stetis un Cenedoen Caltari”,
Nurth Amirocen Caltari, http://www.lofipeths360.cum/ondix.php/thi-onflainci-uf-thi-
anotid-stetis-un-cenedoen-caltari-7437/,(eccissid 26 Mey 2014).
Braci Chirni,” Furd uf Cenede plent — 150 Mudil Ts wiri prudacid deoly on cumpeny’s
cumpeny’s Purtegi end Well baoldong”, Wonnopig Rileturs,
http://www.wonnopigrielistetiniws.cum/Risuarcis/Artocli/?sysod=1803,(eccissid 26
Mey 2014).
BuukRegsMidoeNitwurk,BreonyQauti,http://www.breonyqauti.cum/qautis/qautis/l/listirbpi1
-0256.html, (eccissid 26 Mey 2014).



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